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The Harlot And The Sheikh (Mills & Boon Historical) (Hot Arabian Nights, Book 3) by [Kaye, Marguerite]
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About the Author

Marguerite Kaye writes hot historical romances from her home in cold and usually rainy Scotland. Featuring Regency Rakes, Highlanders and Sheikhs, she has published almost thirty books and novellas. When she's not writing she enjoys walking, cycling (but only on the level), gardening (but only what she can eat) and cooking. She also likes to knit and occasionally drink martinis (though not at the same time). Find out more on her website: www.margueritekaye.com

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  • Publisher: Mills & Boon Historical (1 Feb. 2017)
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  • Language: English
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If there's one thing readers can be sure of with a Marguerite Kaye novel it's superb writing, in-depth and expert research and captivating storytelling. In The Harlot and the Sheikh the third in her Hot Arabian Nights series we meet another of Ms. Kaye's capable, independently-minded heroines. And even though I've never been attracted to 'sheikh' stories in general - I adored this one with its delectable but flawed leading-man and a heroine ahead of her time with nothing left to lose but maybe everything to gain if she can only pull off her audacious ploy.

Miss Stephanie Darvill has left home under a cloud after a liaison with an officer in her father's regiment left her reputation in tatters. Her father has a considerable reputation as a veterinary surgeon attached to the Seventh Hussars and Stephanie has worked alongside him most of her life and is now almost as knowledgeable as he. Prince Rafiq al-Antarah's string of valuable blue-blooded race horses are in danger from a mysterious disease which has beset his stud and which thus threatens his bid to win the prestigious Sabr, the famous endurance race that is key to the prosperity and prestige of his people. Some years earlier, Rafiq's father lost the race in a moment of madness which has had far-reaching consequences not only for Bharym, but for Rafiq personally. Forced to make a decision based on his father's actions, the prince is now severely troubled and feels that winning the race is the only way to make amends for his own actions.

When Stephanie arrives and declares herself to be at the palace at his invitation Rafiq is astonished and not a little displeased, because he had expected her father to respond to his request for help.
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I really enjoyed this book. Which is probably why I've read it three times before posting this review!

Marguerite returns us to the deserts of Arabia so we can meet our hero Rafiq. He needs to win the local horse marathon but unfortunately he has a problem with his horses. He decides to get the help of an eminent vet from england. He's not free so he sends his daughter.

Its good that all the heroines in this series have had a passion for something and that they are not just decorative. Stephanie shares her fathers love and care for horses. She is also keen to look at Rafiq's problem from a scientific point of view.

As in previous books in the series the hero and heroine have one thing in common, in this case they are ashamed, or feel guilty, over previous behaviour. I think it's up to the reader to decide whether their feelings are justified. The romance is well crafted and I really wanted Stephanie to have her HEA. Another thing I like about Marguerite's series is that you don't have to have read the other books to enjoy this one. The other characters in the book are very important to the threads of the story and I like how none are over the top villans just ordinary fallable people trying to do the best in a situation.

We get to see the hero of the last book briefly and I'm really looking forward to that one..

I was given a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for my honest review
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The Harlot and the Sheikh is the third book in the Hot Arabian Nights series by Marguerite Kaye. I have read the first two books in the series and loved them, but you don't need to have read them in order to enjoy this one. Each book is easily read as a stand alone although there is mention of the main couples from the other books.

Our couple in this book are Prince Rafiq, and Stephanie Darvill. When Rafiq becomes Prince of his kingdom he wants to restore the pride of the people in their home and their Prince. His late father had become too sure of himself when it came to winning the traditional and very important horse race to win the famed golden cup. To others it might be just a horse race, but to the Arabians it is the ultimate. Since he took on the Kingdom it has become Rafiq's promise to his people to win the race, and with some of the most sought after horses in the Kingdom coming from his stables, he believes he finally has a good chance to do it. That is until a curse seems to fall upon his stables, a curse he believes is caused by something he did 2 years ago. His horses are falling ill, and within 48 hours at most they die a most terrible death. He is desperate to have the reason for the illness found and cured and decides to hire the most renown veterinarian in the horse field. That man being Stephanie's father.

English Stephanie is trying to deal with her ruination by an army man, a cad of a man who dupes her into having sex with him thinking they were to marry. As is always the case, his mates were thrilled for him, but she was considered an absolute harlot and a disgrace to her family. She, like her father, thanks to his tutelage, is an expert on horse health.
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Marguerite takes us back to the deserts of Arabia in the early nineteenth century with this third book in her series.Prince Rafiq of Bharym needs to win a prestigious horse race in order to restore his kingdoms national pride.Years previously his father had lost the race and most of their best horses in a side bet to the winning sheikh.Rafiq has managed to retrieve some of the breeding stock and now is in the position of having a team of horses suitable and ready for the race.Then disaster strikes in the form of some unknown illness among the horses desperate to keep this secret from his rivals he has invited an eminent English horse vet to come and treat his horses.
Stephanie Darvill has learnt from her father and is determined to prove her abilities.Having been involved in a scandal with one of the other officers in her fathers regiment she has been working at a racing stable in England.Her father too involved in the fight against Napoleon thinks of her when he receives the request from Bharym and since Stephanie speaks fluent Arabic thanks to her Egyptian mother sends her in his place.
As usual in one of Marguerites books the characters are well drawn as is the locality . You can nearly smell the heat and vibrancy of an Arab town and as for the horses ! I admit to being a sucker for horses ! Rafiq comes across as a strong but troubled man who quickly admires and appreciates the strong young lady who has the temerity to stand up to him . Their relationship fairly sizzles and evolves with pace but not unnaturally.You definitely feel these are two halves of a whole.
I really enjoyed this book and am looking forward to the next in the series with anticipation.
I received this book from the author in return for an honest review.
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